a monologue on life, technology, human flaws and dreams, that wishes to become an electronic dialogue someday. A blog that has come to mirror my own emotional growth over the years. Finally, I would like to believe its a blog about passions.

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  • My review of Papillon
    on Dec 3, 2016 in Books
    Papillon -- the semi-autobiographical account of Henri Charriere's escape from a French penal colony -- was a rage when it first released in 1969. It had a little something for everyone; a swashbuckling hero's escape from a corrupt regime's clutches,...
  • Fitness goals
    on Jun 18, 2016 in Lifestyle
    Since it's been a while since I wrote anything on this blog, I thought I might share my current fitness goals with all of you. I am a strong believer in expressing your goals to as many people as you can -- your friends can be a great source of motiv...
  • Is a plant, an animal?
    on Dec 10, 2015 in Lifestyle Vegan Writing
    One of the objections against Veganism, that my last post evoked was that 'plants have feelings too and that Vegans are shying away from the ethical implications of killing plants'. I think that's a very valid question and deserves to be examined. I...
  • A Vegan dilemma - To kill or not to kill
    on Nov 28, 2015 in Lifestyle Vegan Writing
    A few weeks back, I was involved in an agitated debate with a friend on whether the consumption of meat by humans is justifiable. He was interested in this question from a philosophical/ethical standpoint, while I was interested in pushing my agenda...
  • An Introduction to the Forms
    on Apr 25, 2015 in Lifestyle Philosophy
    Plato's Theory of Forms is rightly considered one of the great philosophical theories of all time. Within a single theory, Plato managed to answer, or at least consider, diverse questions in ontology, metaphysics, epistemology and ethics. The idea of...
  • Reflections on a relationship
    on Apr 19, 2015 in Lifestyle Writing
    The shelf above my dressing table is home to a picture of Lord Balaji from a 2012 calendar, a small plastic Krishna, a miniature bronze Lakshmi and a framed portrait of my father. Each morning after a shower, I would stop in front of this shrine and...
  • The Monsoon
    on Apr 6, 2015 in Lifestyle Writing
    When the monsoon rains hit Kerala on the western shore of the country with a rambunctious outburst, the whole country - rulers and the ruled - heaves a sigh of collective relief. With over a billion mouths to feed, the monsoons are no joking matter.
  • The question of religion in India
    on Feb 18, 2015 in Lifestyle Writing
    This past week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered possibly his greatest speech since assuming office. Surprisingly, he was not sharing the dais with President Obama or the Wolverine; he was not even speaking to a audience of business tycoon...
  • The Debate we should be having
    on Feb 8, 2015 in Lifestyle Writing
    Delhi, and a large part of India, is gripped with Election fever! The national capital is witnessing the first litmus test of the 'Modi wave' against a vibrant political force. With all due respect, the BJP's successes in other states since May 2014...
  • A tragedy of Vedic proportions
    on Jan 12, 2015 in Lifestyle Writing
    If you have been following the news from India over the last few weeks, undoubtedly you’d have gawked at the following gems:“We discovered the Pythagoras Theorem but we gracefully allowed the Greeks to take the credit” [1]“We realize that the...
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